I actually wrote about just this in detail a while ago."The most important page on your portfolio" People may be superficial, but it’s likely your work they’re going to see first on your portfolio – not an image of you.
Include summaries with each case study that proudly proclaim your role on the project, your thought process along the way and how you feel about the finished product.
Show that you like who you are and your reader might feel the same way too.
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I was flipping through the channels on TV one night and stumbled onto this movie at the beginning.
Don’t clutter your portfolio with lots of fancy animations and other elements intended to distract from the real work.
Write strong headlines that have real meaning, instead of the typical fluffy bullshit.
Whatever you choose to lead with on your portfolio, that first glance is crucial.
It’s the difference between someone nodding their head and exploring a bit more, or exiting immediately.
This is a shorter window than an elevator pitch, a decision made within a matter of a few seconds.
Just like you’d carefully choose your first date outfit and talking points to make a nice first impression, lead with your best work and a strong introduction on your portfolio.
Having great work on our portfolio basically just prevents the viewer from closing your portfolio immediately.